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Massive randomized study is proof that surgical masks limit coronavirus spread, authors say
by Adam Taylor and Ben Guarino
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1 September 2021
On 1 September 2021 The Washington Post reported:
The authors of a study based on an enormous randomized research project in Bangladesh say their results offer the best evidence yet that widespread wearing of surgical masks can limit the spread of the coronavirus in communities. ... Independent experts that were asked to look at the research praised its scale; some suggested that it might be the most convincing argument yet for mask-wearing.
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The study is under peer review with the journal Science. The authors granted journalists an early look at the results because of their potential importance in global public health debates.
... The team chose Bangladesh because co-author and Yale economist Mobarak was from the country and had worked there before, and because of increased options for funding.
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